Posts Tagged ‘elixir’
Monday, September 14th, 2009
Tuesday, July 7th, 2009
Tuesday, May 5th, 2009
I saw an awesome headline today:
Serious implications for vineyards! A few wineries in Cali are supposedly powering their operation from the sun, courtesy of solar installation and financing company, Conergy.
Friday, November 28th, 2008
This is what GT is all about… this is where we came from. Seeing wineries as more than wine… more like restoration and healing centers. Seriously tho, check out what Brad and Angelina just bought over at Chateau Val Joanis. It’s a winery, but it also has a vegetable and herb garden, fruit and olive orchards, and some of the best sustainable practices in the world. Biodynamic agriculture is really starting to catch on. I may be crazy, but I’m starting to see wineries as our future farms, and yet so much more.
Tags: Agriculture, anthroposophy, Biodynamic agriculture, Biodynamic wine, clean tech, ecolism, elixir, Energy, farm, holistic, organic food, renewable energy, Rudolf Steiner, Solar, sustainability, Sustainable development, Wind power, winery
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Wednesday, November 12th, 2008
With Obama elected, the world has gained a renewed faith in America. A faith that we understand what needs to be done and finally have the courage to act. To become the change agents that the world needs. We’re no longer afraid of coming together, of breaking cultural, racial, and religious barriers. We’re ready to begin a new age of humanity.
For those of you who’ve been reading our blog for awhile, you know we’ve focused on wine as a unifier in the sustainable development of our lives. We’ve woven it into the core values of economic, social, and environmental health in an effort to exemplify its unifying power. The GrapeThinking passion has always been to create a sustainable world, and we feel the time is now to grow from our wine roots.
Tags: About, clean tech, drinking party, elixir, Energy, faith, incubator, obama, organic food, Plato, renewable energy, sustainability, Sustainable development, Symposium
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